In a sweeping interview, Ryf talks about loving a woman, splitting with her coach, and finding a new direction.
The many time World Champ answers some quick questions ahead of her races in St. George and Tulsa next month.
The popular Ironman champion and uber-biker never holds back with his transparency, honesty, and challenges he's overcome.
The busy CEO shares how he translates skills from triathlon to his day-to-day life and vice versa.
After seven paratriathlon world titles and a berth in the Paralympics as a cyclist, will this be the year he finally gets to go for gold in paratri in Tokyo?
What it takes to give it all up in your 30s and chase the pro triathlon dream.
Khadijah Diggs was the first hijabi Muslim woman to represent Team USA in triathlon.
Amelia Watkinson loves exploring the world through triathlon—and it's taking her places.
Triathlon made it into the mainstream when superstar Jennifer Lopez tackled swim, bike, and run at the 2008 Nautica Malibu Triathlon.
This legendary father-son duo didn’t let triathlon slow them down.
The first trans athlete on Team USA, Chris found triathlon while trying to understand his own gender identity—and believes sports can be a vehicle for social change.
If 2020 taught Sam Long anything, it’s to work hard—and relax harder.
This week, USAT and World Triathlon board member Gabriela Gallegos gives us some inside scoop—and some tips on making a race series welcoming to all.
Steve Lovelace is one of the first challenged athletes with a spinal cord injury to complete a triathlon.
The former pro triathlete, pro figure skater, ESPN columnist, and women's cycling advocate is here with her new book—all about how you can make change too.
Tips on what it takes to get all the Zwift badges, what that means, how you end up doing that in the first place—and other interesting bits about a regular guy who did something not so regular.
Triathlete Lloyd Henry, a D.C.-based coach, athlete, and 25-time Ironman finisher, shares about his history-making journey of completing Ironman on six continents.
TV star, coffee company owner, and the only Black pro triathlete. Plus, we dissect the 2020 prize purses and upcoming start lists.
COVID cancellations led to a love story.
The 5th woman to ever finish an Ironman, one of the founders of TriFed, and inventor of a number of training concepts we now consider standard. If you don't know Sal Edwards, you should.
“I wanted to prove my post-stroke life would count for something.”
Canadian Paula Findlay chats about everything from improving bike fitness to race plans and finding a bit of YouTube fame.
The Aussie legend looks back on how she won 15 Ironmans using her head, and why she just loves the lifestyle.
Extreme, mysterious symptoms after exercise sent this triathlete and doctor looking for answers.
The Triathlete Hour Podcast: Alyssa Godesky, From Pro Triathlete to Fastest Known Time Record Holder
Why triathletes should try an FKT (Fastest Known Time).
After a nasty accident, this off-road athlete rebuilt as a more complete person.
What Ironman and healthy habits can do for your life.
With all eyes on Washington, D.C. this week for the Presidential Inauguration, we’re flashing back to the time the city’s mayor competed (and impressed) in the now-defunct Nation’s Triathlon.
Soj Jibowu’s love of triathlon has grown into a clothing brand that he hopes will help bring the sport to wider audiences.
For Faren Campbell, a hard-earned race medal is just as satisfying as a sash and tiara.
Plus, what we think of the off-season tri trends—and what sponsors and fans want from pro athletes.
Even though his race was canceled, this athlete reflects on the parallels between the pandemic and training for an Ironman—and how one helped him work through the other.
Spectating a sprint triathlon in 2013 changed Renee Kiley's life forever.
Plus, what to expect this year in terms of races and our predictions for 2021.
Michael Kaltenmark, known as the escort for Butler University's bulldog mascot, went public with his story and inspired countless kidney donors to volunteer.
Since 2014, Dionne DeGourville has finished seven Ironman races, all while juggling the intense schedule that comes with protecting the public.
In this Triathlete Live sponsored by Tonal, American Heather Jackson chats about everything from her biggest race mistakes to her plans for the upcoming year and beyond.
The voice of swimming for the past six Olympics was in the broadcast booth last weekend for the PTO 2020 Championship.
Plus, we get the on-the-ground breakdown from Daytona.
Get your questions ready for the Ironman champion!
And Laura Siddall gives us the full scoop on the PTO Championships in Daytona this weekend.
Race El Paso race director Gabriela Gallegos has been quietly moving the sport forward through grassroots efforts.
Julia Polloreno is part of the Ironman team working to keep triathletes engaged during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today we’re highlighting an engineer who is working to keep the growing industry of virtual racing fair.
Plus, Joanna Zeiger tells us about her cannabis research.
The Vice Chairman of the Professional Triathletes’ Organization (PTO) comes to triathlon after success in tennis.
This academic researcher is using the toughest triathlon in the world to help make the sport safer.
Dr. Tekemia Dorsey, founder and CEO of the International Association of Black Triathletes, is the recipient of the USOPC’s 2020 Rings of Gold Award.
Triathlete Lectie Altman has leaned on her friends and family through a tough recovery and an epic open-water challenge.
Vanessa Foerster is taking action in getting more diversity in the sport.
After racing as a pro—and winning the first XTERRA World Championships—Jimmy Riccitello got involved in the rules side of the sport.
Kathryn Taylor and Kristi Mohn are making sure the growth of gravel riding is inclusive and welcoming of all riders.
Spoofs? Check. Dad jokes? Check. Speedo? Triple check.
In this feature, originally published in the July/August 2011 issue of Inside Triathlon magazine Canadian Olympic gold medalist Simon Whitfield and his peers talk about his career and what you can learn from the two-plus decades he was in the sport.
Pro triathletes Eric Lagerstrom and Paula Findlay have made the most of a tough year.
He might not be the fastest triathlete, but Bill Begg certainly races with the most heart.
In this Triathlete Live sponsored by Tonal, Triathlon's favorite power couple chats about their hopeful race schedules for 2021, balancing training with a young family, their biggest race mistakes, and more.
The co-founder of ÖTILLÖ Swimrun has come up with unique solutions to new problems throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
And how to deal mentally with the emotional stress and anxiety in the world.
Get your questions ready for triathlon's favorite power couple!
He'll make the start this weekend at Ironman Florida.
What it took to win gold—and why she left it all behind to pursue a new goal.
One athlete's musings about why it is he does these after all.
The Triathlete Hour Podcast: Emma-Kate Lidbury’s Dreams Changed + COVID Protocols & $1 Million at Daytona Champs
News on the new Ironman COVID protocols, a breakdown of the biggest race of the year, and our six-time 70.3 champ tells us what she wish she'd known.
Triathlete and adventurer Jonas Deichmann is charting his own 40,000 kilometer course.